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Early 1900s Albert Goodwill Spalding

Early 1900s Albert Goodwill Spalding "Father of the National Game" Baseball "Jumbo" Cigar Box

Here's an expansive cigar box with A.G. Spalding and a detailed portrait burned into the top. From the time of the Mills Commision (1905), when they thrust on us Abner Doubleday as the inventor of the game or of his book "National Game," 1911. There's an inner resonantly-colored large label and matching side label, and some wear to the top of the box, which measures 9.5x9.5x3". From the finest collection of baseball and sports cigar boxes ever to be offered for public auction.


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